As seen in the Toronto Sun on Friday, October 2 and Sunday, October 4, 2015.
Nestled in the heart of the Niagara Escarpment, in the charming town of Orangeville, a new community by Cachet Estate Homes gives homebuyers the opportunity to enjoy a small town lifestyle in one of the most scenic areas of southern Ontario. Steeped in history, Orangeville is a town like none other, with preserved heritage buildings in a vibrant downtown core, pristine beaches, lush greenspaces to explore, and an ideal central location close to major urban centres including the GTA. Here, where the preserved charm of the past harmonizes with modern conveniences, Cachet Orangeville gives families the opportunity to put down roots, and to thrive and prosper.
“Orangeville is an amazing place to live; it’s very family friendly with great schools, parks and rec centres,” says Mina Auciello, marketing manager for Cachet Estate Homes. “Cachet Orangeville is located just minutes from all of the town’s wonderful amenities, including all of the shops and restaurants on Broadway Ave. The Victorian and Edwardian designs of the homes pay homage to the rich history of the area and complement the architecture of the heritage homes and buildings in Orangeville, which are absolutely stunning.”
In anticipation o f the upcoming grand opening at Cachet Orangeville, Cachet Estate Homes is currently accepting registrations for a preview showing of the community.
Interested purchasers are encouraged to register online at orangeville.staging.wpengine.com to reserve a space and be first in line for the best selection and pricing.
Located in northwest Orangeville, Cachet Orangeville offers an intimate neighbourhood of enclave streets and large family homes that are available on 40’ and 45’ lots.
Expansive floor plans range from 1,700 sq. ft. to almost 3,000 sq. ft., with prices starting in the low $400s. Purchasers can choose from eight different two-storey home designs, with two elevations available for each model.
Exteriors include all brick homes or models that have vertical siding with brick plinth. Architectural detailing, welcoming front porches and decorative windows are just a sampling of the design features that give each home a custom look.
“The home designs are very unique, with open concept floor plans and beautiful interiors,” Auciello says. “On opening day, we’ll be offering bonus features, so I encourage people to register to take full advantage of these upgrades.”
Ideally situated east of Dufferin County Road, south of Hansen Blvd., Cachet Orangeville is just a few minutes from the town’s bustling downtown core and is within walking distance of grocery stores, a Shoppers Drug Mart and a coffee shop.
Pick up fresh produce at the weekly Farmers’ Market, a special outing that also features live music. Join friends at one of several restaurants and take in a live performance at Theatre Orangeville. A rich cultural and artistic community, Orangeville hosts several community events including music festivals, art shows and the annual Founder’s Day celebration.
Residents of Cachet Orangeville also have easy access to outdoor recreation venues and pristine conservation lands, with walking trails, water features and natural wildlife.
The Island Lake Conservation area is nearby, with a beautiful beach, which is ideal for swimming and boating. Equally picturesque is the Terra Cotta Conservation Area and there is terrific fishing at the Ken Whillans Resource Management Area. In winter, residents can skate, snowshoe, cross-country ski and enjoy downhill skiing at the nearby Hockley Valley Ski Resort.
Less than 30 minutes from Brampton, Cachet Orangeville gives people the opportunity to work in the city, yet enjoy a four-season lifestyle. GO Services make commuting a breeze, and provide easy access to surrounding communities, including downtown Toronto.